Tuesday June 19, 2007
Book 9: The Body Politic — Part I: King for a Day


Schlock: I'm glad you're not angry, sir. You had me kind of worried with all the pacing and yelling.
Captain Tagon: I pace when I think, and I yell when I need to be left alone.
Schlock: . . . and the frowning, and the big scowl, and the way you kept twitching like you are going to draw your pistol and. . .
Captain Tagon: Hold still, I'm trying to write my name.